LadyLike: Living Biblically
by Rebekah Curtis & Rose Adle
Concordia Publishing House, 2015
(224 pages, $14.99, paperback)
reviewed by Cheryl MagnessAs a conservative Christian woman with biblical values, I have long shied away from books and articles on female vocation. In my experience, they tend toward one extreme or the other, either painting a pink and fluffy picture of an idealized existence to which I know I could never aspire, or conversely, suggesting that I need not aspire to anything because God loves me just as I am. As a repentant and forgiven sinner, I do believe that God sees me through the lens . . .
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